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Planning my own wedding should mean I'm having the time of my life...not defending it every time I turn around. Dragons, feral Wolves and Were Cows...I mean who in the hell knew Were Cows even existed?

All I wanna do is marry Hank, have 2.5 beautiful little Werewolf babies, and live happily ever after while having sex on a very regular basis. Oh...and I still want to shoot stuff occasionally.

Apparently no one got the memo.

Instead of complaining about the price of flowers, cakes, and the fact that my gay Vampyre BFF, Dwayne, insists on wearing a dress at my nuptials, I'm locked and loaded, trying to ascertain who wants my ass six feet under. With Hank at my side and some surprising allies at our disposal, we will take on the bad dudes...one bloody clusterhump of a sucktastic battle at a time. No one ever said the Werewolf life was going to be easy, but this week we couldn't catch a break if it bit us in the ass.

©2015 Robyn Peterman (P)2017 Audible, Inc.

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  • N.L.
  • Clearwater, Fl
  • 07-31-17

Enjoyable

I took a chance and found it to be a great series and Holly does a great job narrating.

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Loved it

I tried so hard not to drive and let stern because I was afraid I would drive in a ditch. This is a great listen and so far both books have been great. Starting the third one next.

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I usually like Robyn Petermans work but

this was just terrible. Perhaps another narrator could have helped with a little comedic timing, but I don't think so. The content was just desperate and the sing-song whine of the narrator hurt my ears. Thought the first book in this series might have been a fluke. It was bad, but every author gets a pass for one bad book. But this was was even worse. Horrid.

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Entertaining listen!

Some Were in Time is a wildly entertaining, sassy, and sardonic story with Essie and her rag tag crew. I’d have to say Duane, the gay vampire drag queen, is probably my favorite inappropriate character of all time. Throw in mad Were Cows with exploding trouser sneezes, a crazy granny, a new alpha, and a cocky female dragon and you have quite the story, not to mention the side story of a few different mysteries to solve. The narrator did an awesome job as well.

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So offensive and juvenille, I couldn't finish it

What could Robyn Peterman have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Given her characters real and complex personalities instead of relying on played out tropes.

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The narration was pretty good, but I just couldn't get past how offensive the book is. I listened to the first book in this series and was annoyed by how stereotypical the gay best friend was written. This only gets worse in this book and then there are cow shifters.

It's hard to pin point why the way the cow shifters are portrayed in this book is so offensive. It just doesn't feel right. She writes them in a way that treats them as less than human. Yes, I know they are supernaturals, but all the other supernaturals are treated as a species that are basically the equivelent as humans - morally and intellectually. It's almost as if she stereotyped them as people from rural America and portrayed them as mentally deficient, embracing all the worst "red-neck" and "hillybilly" tropes. Then the vampire comes and literally "saves" them in a weird white savior way.

I could not finish this book. Listening to it felt like I was listening to the original Percy Jackson Series, but with inappropriate and dumb adult themes. The humor seems on par for 5th-6th grade boys, including extensive poop jokes (I am in healthcare and am not offended by bodily fluids by themselves, but this was so prepubescent and just not funny to anyone older than 11). This author seems to rely on offensive and boring stereotypes disguised by supernatural themes. I do not recommend it and will not be listening to any other books by this author.

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Dysfunctional paranormals

this is a very snarky poke at every thing no one is safe, nothing is sacred.. there are multiple running gags that run through the story. I would like to give away some but that would spoil the surprise.
on another note Holly. Jackson did a superb job as the reader, story teller and narrator..
yes there are some explicitly inappropriate language then again it makes the story work.
So if you are easily offended listen to something else.

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Thoroughly enjoyed this book.

so many laugh out loud moments. Robyn Peterman has a story telling style I really enjoy. The by play between the characters is lovely. The narration was superb.

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  • Yvonne
  • Southfield, mi, United States
  • 12-04-17

laugh out loud and enjoy

The fun continues with our dysfunctional “family” Essie, Hank, Dwayne and Granny are Back!! Essie and Hank are mated, but are getting ready for their wedding. The story begins with all of them on vacation. A job opportunity gives the newlyweds a chance to be happy without undue sacrifices from either of them. Dwayne makes shopping for wedding dresses all about him, but you have got to love him. Junior comes into his own.

I love, this series and I am disappointed these characters are not in the next book of the series.

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The 2nd one is as funny and rowdy as the first!

These are totally good-time books. If you feel like you want to laugh and enjoy some silliness, this is the place!

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  • Debbie
  • BENTON CITY, WA, United States
  • 11-07-17

Not a Bad Way to Waste a Few Hours

A bit too crass for my tastes, and not nearly as all-out funny as it ought to have been, but there were some good moments.